Location: Berkshire, South Central
Speciality: Rapid Response
Location: Surrey, South East Coast
Speciality: Neurological services
Location: London, London
Location: Cambridgeshire, East Of England
Dominic is our latest member to join the JustPhysio team and has been with us for over a year now and has hit the ground running from the get go. Dom recruits solely in the North West and since joining JustPhysio he has become a great asset to the team with a lot of success in his region. Dom had previously worked within the recruitment industry for 6 years and brought lots of fresh new ideas to the team, he is a very confident and outgoing character and this was how he originally got into recruitment, he was working as a waiter at Tottenham Football Club and was approached for a recruitment role.
We thought we would ask Dom a few questions to help you get to know more about him…
What do you enjoy most about working for JustPhysio? I love the environment, it is a very buzzy atmosphere which encourages a great work ethic. I am such a people person and I enjoy building relationships with both my colleagues and candidates.
What is your career motivation? I thrive on the satisfaction of helping people find their desired roles. I am a very competitive person and strive to do everything to the best of my ability and aim to be the best consultant I can be.
What is your most memorable moment within your role? My first placement, it was so rewarding when all of my hard work paid off, I built a great relationship with my candidate who continues to work for me now.
What has been your most challenging experience in your role? The change in the market has been the biggest challenge, the introduction of IR35 and capped pay rates. However, this has only motivated me to work harder to get results.
What do you like to do in your spare time? I love going to the gym, it works as great stress relief from the pressures of recruitment. I am a very determined person and this shows in both my work and personal life, I am happy to put in the work to see results.